CHICAGO — Between visits to Europe and New York, Kenneth Cole recently spent a few hours at Marshall Field’s State Street flagship here, promoting his new men’s and women’s fragrances.
During the event — attended by close to 1,000 people, and which, according to industry sources, racked up more than $12,500 in fragrance sales — Cole offered his take on spring fashions, the vision for his fragrance and his future plans for the business bearing his name.
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